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My labor is clear in EB2 category. I tried to get experience letters from all my previous employers but am unable get hold of anyone from one of my previous company. Due to this I will not be able to show my 5 years of experience.
*Is it possible to file my I140 in EB3 though labor was for EB2?
* I have 4 years of experince working with my current employer, if I resign them and join someone else then I will be able count for this experience too. Is it possible that I file in EB3 through my current employer and side by side file in EB2 with another employer?
07-10-2012, 09:13 AM
Your information is not clear.
If labor is already cleared, why are you worried? 140 is employer petition and nothing to do with your stuff.
Your post suggests that you are a fake and admins might delete your post soon if not clear on facts.
Not sure what made you think ..this is fake.. I have around 10 yrs of exp out of which 4 is my current company thorugh which GC is filed.
The problem is that I left one of my previous company at a bad note..and do not have a releving letter or contact with any one there...
If I do not count the exp of that company then I am short of 1.5 yr to show compelete 5 yrs of work exp for EB2.
07-10-2012, 10:29 AM
If your employer is not cooperative then you can ask your former colleagues to certify on what you work on. I read on this forum this works.
07-10-2012, 11:08 AM
Eligibility criteria for EB 2: The job you apply for must require an advanced degree and you must possess such a degree or its equivalent (a baccalaureate degree plus 5 years progressive work experience in the field).
If you are an advanced degree holder then you are fine with your current experience. Else, you need to present 5 yrs of experience. As mentioned by Katta, you might as well get an affidavit from a colleague/PM/Supervisor at your previous employment attesting your experience.
07-10-2012, 11:55 AM
Experience letters relevant for the job description and nowadays USCIS/DOL is very particular about it.
Ask your lawyer if you can get former colleague's certified letter would suffice your requirement.
The reasons I stated for doubtful post that you stated that Labor is through, which I inferred as approved in EB2.:confused:
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